Kim Joo-hyung ‘joint 6th place’… Ram ‘Already 2 wins in the new year’

Joohyung Kim American Express 5 under par on the final day‘PGA box office card’ Kim Joo-hyung entered the ‘Top 10’.

Kim Joo-hyung scored 5 under par on the final day of the 2022/2023 season American Express (total prize money of 8 million dollars), which ended at the Stadium Course (par 72, 7187 yards) in La Quinta, California, USA on the 22nd (local time) and tied for 6 He took the top spot (23 under par, 265 strokes). It is the third ‘Top 10’ of the season after a tie for 5th in the Sentry Tournament of Champions (TOC) two weeks ago, the opening day of the New Year.

The tournament was held in a pro-am format with amateur golfers accompanying three different courses from the first three rounds to La Quinta Country Club (par 72, 7060 yards) and Claus Tournament Course (par 72, 7147 yards).

Kim Joo-hyung started from a tie for 5th place by 5 strokes and tied 7 birdies and 2 bogeys. After making a lot of fun with birdies on holes 2, 4, and 5, the brakes were suddenly stopped on consecutive bogeys on holes 6 and 7. However, Kim Joo-hyung changed his mood with birdies on holes 8 and 11 (above par 5), and boasted of consecutive birdies on holes 16 and 17. He stood out for his long hits with an average of 315.9 yards and his ‘awl-iron shot’ with a 77.78% green hit rate. Last week’s Sony Open ‘cut-off’ sluggishness was washed clean. 메이저사이트

Yon Ram (Spain), 4th in the world ranking, reduced 4 strokes to complete the victory by 1 stroke (27 under par 261 strokes). Two weeks after winning the TOC, it is the second win in the new year and the ninth overall, and the winning prize is $1.44 million (approximately 1.78 billion won). Davis Thompson (USA) was satisfied with the second place (26 under par, 262 strokes). Zander Shopley is tied for 3rd (25 under par, 263 strokes), world number 2 Scotty Scheffler is tied for 11th (22 under par, 266 strokes), and Patrick Cantley (above USA) is tied for 26th (18 under par, 270 strokes).

Korea was tied for 18th place (20 under par, 268 strokes) with Im Seong-jae, the “new groom”, adding 3 under par. Sony Open winner Kim Si-woo drove a 6-under par to rise to a tie for 22nd (19-under 269 strokes). Ahn Byeong-hun finished the tournament with a tie for 41st (15 under par, 273 strokes). The PGA Tour will continue the Farmers Insurance Open (total prize money of $8.7 million) at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California, for four days from the 25th.

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